Hospital Confinement, Again
It cannot be prevented.
After several days of suffering from fever, coughs and colds my son has to be confined at the hospital due to pneumonia and asthma attack.
He breathes very short and deep. I was afraid that it will worsen. I am still thankful that he survived those days when typhoon Pedring hampering Metro Manila.
They needed to put oxygen to him to keep the level at the safe rate. The senior pediatrician and pulmonary expert ordered to give my son steroids to control his asthma. This is apart from his antibiotics and other medications.
My poor child has to be be like this at his young age. I can feel how hard it is for him.
Despite of it, we are blessed of a strong baby. A fighter child who remain cheerful even though he’s in pain.